Next-Gen Tundra a Top Priority for Toyota

An all-new Camry launched in the middle of 2017, a redesigned RAV4 crossover in nigh and engineers are hard at work on the next-generation Corolla. With these cornerstone products squared away, Toyota’s Tundra full-size pickup is next in line for an overhaul.

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Toyota's New Sports Car Might Not Be Called the Supra

Even though the internet has already christened Toyota’s upcoming sports car the Supra, this name is not actually set in stone.

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Future Toyota Adventure Concept a Hybrid Off-Roader

Who says hybrids have to be as boring as reading the end user license agreement that comes with computer software?

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2018 North American Car, Utility and Truck of the Year Awards Finalists Announced

Finalists for the 2018 North American Car, Utility and Truck of the Year (NACTOY) Awards were announced at the Los Angeles Auto Show.

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Restyled 2018 Mazda6 Gains Luxury, Turbo Torque

The Mazda6 is a perennial favorite in the midsize sedan segment thanks to its driver-focused dynamics. But to continue improving the breed, this car has been thoroughly reworked for 2018.

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New 3-Row Lexus RX L Debuts With Seating for 7

Broadening the appeal of its bestselling RX crossover, the product development chefs at Lexus have been cooking up two extended-length versions of this popular utility vehicle, models with three rows of seats and room for up to seven passengers.

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Toyota/Lexus Beef Up Safety and Driver Assistance Technology

To keep pace with rivals, engineers have been hard at work improving the Toyota Safety Sense (TSS) suite of advanced driver assistance technologies. Scheduled to launch around the middle of next year, the second-generation of this system sports new features and additional refinements.

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